China’s open-source literature does not establish whether that nation has, or is close to having, tactical ballistic missiles capable of effective attacks on surface ships. It does establish, however, that the Chinese are deeply interested in the idea—a potential “game changer” that would critically influence America’s place in the Pacific for decades to come—and heavily engaged in the issues involved, technically and otherwise.
Erickson, Andrew S. and Yang, David D.
"Using the Land to Control the Sea?—Chinese Analysts Consider the Antiship Ballistic Missile,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 62
, Article 6.
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